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William Norton (alethiap)
Sat, 15 Mar 1997 21:24:45 -0600 (CST)

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I am sitting at my computer trying to go through about 300 messeges. This
seems to happen when one ignores this list during my spring break. I
always read every thing and then delete a lot of the thoughts for one
reason or another. But there are many good thoughts and ideas offered for
NO COST to YOU as well as the rest of us. We are all teachers or want to
be teachers. If we treated our classes as you treat us, I feel very sorry
for your students. What happened to the "there are no such thing as a
stupid question, etc?" Are you getting close to retirement and you're
burned out?

Did you read the wonderful story posted by Deborah Gilbert? "The Power of
a Teacher" It was posted on March 12th.If you didn't also delete this,
maybe you could read it closely and realize simple gestures make such a
lasting impression!!! We are truely in this together and all are just as
important as the rest. The elementary art teacher has just as important a
job as the high school and the college art instructor. We just get our
students at different levels of maturity!! As well as we all have
different levels of experience and years under our belts.

So John, please relize this world is mixed up enough, let's keep this level
of communication open and vital.

God Bless You All!!!!


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